“I’m Faye, director, teacher and founder of DramaWorks (2008). I’m from the UK and have been living in Budapest since 2006. I trained as an actress and dancer with the YEM Theatre School, and gained my teaching diplomas with the London College of Music at Thames Valley University and the Professional Teachers of Dance. On moving to Budapest I also qualified as an English teacher.
In 2001 I started the ‘Little Dragon Theatre Company' where I worked as a director, dance/drama teacher and entertainer, directing theatre shows and children’s theatrical parties.
In 2020 I’m lucky enough to celebrate 20 of teaching and performing. I fell in love with performing arts in my early teens, I found it magical to be in shows, to dance and explore a world of stories and characters through acting. I always enjoyed the buzz of live theatre and the journey of creating a show. But I think it was after teaching my first class that I realised what that magic meant to me and what it would bring to my students. I believe the imagination is a wonderful tool for teaching and the essence of acting.
Alongside teaching I continue to work as professional actress on stage, in films and as a voice-over artist. I have a website for acting WWW.FAYEBRADBROOK.COM ”
Henry holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theater from Drake University and is a proud alum of the National Music Theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center. He works professionally as an actor and singer, as well as a trained theatrical carpenter and designer. He has worked extensively both on and off Broadway and has been fortunate enough to perform across the US in many theaters. Henry is also a playwright with his works being seen in multiple US cities.
He has worked as a theater educator in many capacities throughout the years including being a resident director and vocal coach with the Youth Actors Academy of Lincoln in Lincoln, Nebraska, as well as an acting, musical theater, voice, and stagecraft teacher at the Manatee School For the Arts in Palmetto Florida. He loves working with young artists and helping them form and foster a love for storytelling and play.
He aims to carefully curate lessons according to students' needs while encouraging them to step out of their comfort zones in a safe space. His goal is to help create confident, eager, and enthusiastic artists in whatever capacity they desire to aspire.
Scott joined the DramaWorks team in 2017. As a busy working actor and professional writer he brings a broad range of experience to his coaching. He has a natural ability to develop students’ confidence in their performing abilities, spoken skills and preparation for auditions.
Despite only returning to acting in his 40s, Scott is now a busy character actor, represented worldwide by acting agency Boland & Reeve. He has acted in a vast number of films and TV shows, playing a wide range of characters: from Russian secret service in Red Sparrow to the grubbiest cook in the Royal Navy in The Terror. Scott also had a principal cast role as Hal B. Wallis, the Hollywood producer in Curtiz, the forthcoming movie set behind the scenes of Casablanca, the 1942 classic. As a teacher, Scott knows the importance of good mentors. After all, it was the wrong kind of start that kept him out of the business until he was a mature man. He definitely tailors his private lessons to the needs of individual students, with the emphasis always on encouraging and nurturing talent.
Michele Ann Einert is an American SAG-AFTRA actress based in Budapest. She is passionate about helping others bring truth to their performance and nail their auditions. Her background having studied at Ivana Chubbuck and Scott Sedita Studios in Hollywood has given her experience to book TV, film and various commercial work. She received Best Actress Award from Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood for her emotionally charged performance in thriller “Claws Out” (2019) which she also executive produced.
She is more than happy to share her knowledge with aspiring actors.